Login Scripts

Discussion in 'Scripting & Programming' started by flex22, Dec 16, 2003.

  1. flex22

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    I need to learn login scripts.

    Help :!:
     
  2. SimonV
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    What do you need to learn? Do you have anything in mind?

    Si
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  3. flex22

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    Well, a good tutorial to get me started.

    A job I'm applying for said in the description that I would need to create login scripts for user's.

    Maybe we could do this through lab partners, just a thought.

    Anyway, I want to practice some on oneof my network configs, so where do I start.
     
  4. SimonV
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    Good idea Flex.
     
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    Glad you agree.

    I know I'm a little dictator but I need to do this soon, so can we do it, like, very soon :?:
     
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  7. flex22

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    Thanks Si.

    I suppose after I'vetrid a few examples, and maybe one on lab partners, then that'll be a good start.Then I'll feel more confident when going for the job.

    Thanks :!:
     
  8. Phil
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    Si's link is a good place to start, the basics of a login script are covered there (mapping drives and printers). If you wanted to go into more depth you could look at the Microsoft Script Center . In there is the Windows 2000 Scripting Guide which is an MS book online in the same way as the Resource Kits.
     
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